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Georgia to Shine Bright for Junior Eurovision 2017
2017 Eurovision Song Contest | 15 May, 2017
Georgia Public Broadcasting (GPB) and the European Broadcasting Union (EBU), revealed the inspirational theme of the 2017 Junior Eurovision Song Contest (JESC), which will be held in Tbilisi, Georgia: Shine Bright. The announcement came from the International Exhibition Centre in Kyiv, where the Eurovision Song Contest 2017 was held.Shine Bright is the central message for this year’s event and is complimented by a creative logo design based around a segmented sun, bursting with colours and expression. The brand new slogan and artwork for the event gives an insight into Georgian culture and celebrates the artistic potential and creative drive of the young JESC participants who will be announced later in the year.The colourful flare of the logo symbolises the diversity and joy associated with the power of music. Concept and Art Director of Saatchi&Saatchi, Luka Ivanidze said "We created this symbol from sunny Georgia, hoping that it will strengthen each participant of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest and inspire them to shine."Executive Supervisor of the Eurovision Family of Events, Jon Ola Sand said: "The Song Contest is designed to give children their moment to shine and an opportunity to showcase their full potential as young artists; this year’s theme encapsulates that feeling perfectly. We are pleased to be working with GPB again and we are looking forward to welcoming and championing young talent once more."Executive Producer for GBP, Sergi Gvarjaladze, added: "In Georgia, music is a part of everyday life and it is still considered to be an educational tool for kids. Hosting the Junior Song Contest is a great honour and joy for many in Georgia and we are very happy to share our
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Georgian Contender of 2017 ESC Drops out of Race
2017 Eurovision Song Contest | 9 May, 2017
Tamara Gachechiladze, Georgian entrant at 2017 Eurovision Song Contest (ESC) will not sing in the Grand Final of the musical competition, to be held at Kyiv's International Exhibition Centre on May 13. She dropped out of the race in the First Semi-final of the 2017 ESC on May 9.Gachechiladze’s song Keep the Faith was not qualified in the best 10 songs in the 2017 semi-final held at Kyiv's International Exhibition Centre.18 countries took part in the First Semi-final in order to qualify for 10 places available in Saturday's final. The ten qualifiers from the First Semi-Final were announced.And the qualifiers are...MoldovaAzerbaijanSwedenGreecePortugalPolandArmeniaAustraliaCyprusBelgiumThe  second Semi-Final will be held on May 11. 18 countries will compete for 10 places in the Grand Final, as well.Based on rules of the competition, the host country Ukraine and the "Big 5" countries Germany, Great Britain, France, Spain and Italy are automatically qualified for the final.
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The Final of 2017 ESC will be aired on GPB - live, starting from 23:00 (local time), on May 13
2017 Eurovision Song Contest | 28 April, 2017
Salvador Sobral from Portugal won the 2017 edition of Europe's Favourite TV Show. Portugal will host the Eurovision Song Contest, next year. Georgian Public Broadcaster (GPB) provided live transmission of the popular musical show.Tamara Gachechiladze, Georgian entrant at 2017 ESC dropped out of the race in the First Semi-final of the 2017 ESC.The 2017 ESC was held in Kyiv, Ukraine. 
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GPB will air the 2017 ESC Live
2017 Eurovision Song Contest | 28 April, 2017
The 2017 ESC will be held in Kyiv. The semi-finals will take place on Tuesday 9 and Thursday 11 May, with the grand final on Saturday 13 May.First Channel of the Georgian Public Broadcaster (GPB) will air the musical event -  both Semi-finals and Grand Final - live, starting from 23:00 (local time). Tamara Gachechiladze will present Georgia at 2017 ESC, with the entry song Keep the Faith. She will take part in the First Semi-Final of the contest, to be held on May 9.
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Presentation of Video Clip for the Song Keep the Faith in Studio C
2017 Eurovision Song Contest | 6 April, 2017
Presentation of a video clip for the Georgian entry song "Keep the Faith", of Tamara Gachechiladze, took place in “Studio C”, programm of First Channel of Georgian Public Broadcaster (GPB).Guests: Temur Kvirkvelia - Director of the video clip for the song "Keep the Faith". Natia Uznadze - Eurovision Producer of GPB. Via Skype - Tamara Gachechiladze - Georgian participant of 2017 ESC.
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Georgia to Host the 2017 Junior Eurovision Song Contest
2017 Eurovision Song Contest | 6 April, 2017
Men's Time - Talk Show of First Channel of Georgian Public Broadcaster (GPB). 2017 Junior Eurovision Song Contest (JESC) will take place in Georgia on Sunday, November 26. The competition will be held in the Tbilisi Sports Palace.Georgia has won the Contest three times, setting a new record for Junior Eurovision. No other countries had similar results before.Georgian contender group "Bzikebi" (Wasps) won the 2008 JESC, which was held in Lemesos, Cyprus.Group Candy won the 2011 JESC, which took place in Yerevan, Armenia.Georgian participant Mariam Mamadashvili won the 2016 JESC, with the entry song "Mzeo" (Sun).
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2017 Junior Eurovision Song Contest to be held in Georgia
2017 Eurovision Song Contest | 6 April, 2017
Men's Time -  Talk Show of First Channel of Georgian Public Broadcaster (GPB).
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Program "Studio C" - Preparations for 2017 ESC Underway
2017 Eurovision Song Contest | 28 March, 2017
Tamara Gachechiladze will present Georgia at 2017 Eurovision Song Contest (ESC) with the song "Keep the Faith" .Presentation of a video clip for the Georgian entry song "Keep the Faith" will be held in the nearest future. It will be aired by the First Channel of the Georgian Public Broadcaster (GPB). Authors of the song "Keep the Faith" are Tamara Gachechiladze and Anri Jokhadze. Director of the video is Temur Kvirkvelia.Tamara will take part in the First Semi-Final of 2017 ESC, to be held on May 9.The 2017 ESC will be held in Kiev's International Exhibition Centre. The semi-finals will take place on Tuesday 9 and Thursday 11 May, with the grand final on Saturday 13 May.
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Levina and Tamara Gachechiladze in "Studio C"
2017 Eurovision Song Contest | 28 March, 2017
"Studio C" - program of First Channel of Georgian Public Broadcaster (GPB).Guests: Levina - representative of Germany in the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest (ESC) and Tamara Gachechiladze - Georgian participant of 2017 ESC.
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Tamara Gachechiladze will represent Georgia in the 2017 ESC, with the song Keep The Faith
2017 Eurovision Song Contest | 23 January, 2017
Tamara Gachechiladze won the Georgian National Final. Gachechiladze will represent Georgia in the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest with the song Keep The Faith. The winner was decided by a combination international jury and public votes. The 2017 ESC will be held in Kiev's International Exhibition Centre. The semi-finals will take place on Tuesday 9 and Thursday 11 May, with the grand final on Saturday 13 May.
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Tamara Gachechiladze will present Georgia at 2017 Eurovision Song Contest
2017 Eurovision Song Contest | 20 January, 2017
Tamara Gachechiladze will present Georgia at 2017 Eurovision Song Contest (ESC) in Kyiv, Ukraine. She won the Georgian National Final, with the entry song "Keep the Faith" .25 Participants took part in the contest. Winner of the National Final was chosen by professional juries and televoters. The money collected from SMS voting during the Georgian national final will be transferred to Dimitri Tsintsadze Charity Fund. Georgian National Final was held at Tbilisi Concert Hall. Georgian Public Broadcaster (GPB) provided live transmission of the show.Georgia first participated in ESC in 2007. The 2017 ESC will be held in Kiev's International Exhibition Centre. The semi-finals will take place on Tuesday 9 and Thursday 11 May, with the grand final on Saturday 13 May.
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Natonal Final. Voice of Georgia on Eurovision 2017
2017 Eurovision Song Contest | 20 January, 2017
Tamara Gachechiladze will present Georgia at 2017 Eurovision Song Contest (ESC) in Kyiv, Ukraine. She won the Georgian National Final, with the entry song "Keep the Faith" .25 Participants took part in the contest. Winner of the National Final was chosen by professional juries and televoters. The money collected from SMS voting during the Georgian national final will be transferred to Dimitri Tsintsadze Charity Fund. Georgian National Final was held at Tbilisi Concert Hall. Georgian Public Broadcaster (GPB) provided live transmission of the show.Georgia first participated in ESC in 2007. The 2017 ESC will be held in Kiev's International Exhibition Centre. The semi-finals will take place on Tuesday 9 and Thursday 11 May, with the grand final on Saturday 13 May.
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"Studio C" - Preparation for Georgian National Final of 2017 ESC
2017 Eurovision Song Contest | 20 January, 2017
"Studio C" - program of First Channel of Georgian Public Broadcaster (GPB) - Preparation for Georgian National Final of 2017 ESC
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Georgian National Final of 2017 ESC to be held on January 20
2017 Eurovision Song Contest | 20 January, 2017
"Studio C" - program of First Channel of Georgian Public Broadcaster (GPB).Guest - Tinatin Berdzenishvili Media and Communications Director of GPB
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"Telemann" - Preparation for Georgian National Final of 2017 ESC
2017 Eurovision Song Contest | 20 January, 2017
"Telemann" program of First Channel of Georgian Public Broadcaster (GPB) - Preparation for Georgian National Final of 2017 ESC
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2017 Eurovision
2017 Eurovision Song Contest | 11 January, 2017
"Moambe in the Morning", program of First Channel of Georgian Public Broadcaster (GPB). Guest: Natia Uznadze - Eurovision Producer of GPB.
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National Final of Georgia to take place on January 20
2017 Eurovision Song Contest | 6 January, 2017
Georgian National Final will be held on January 20 at 20:00 in Tbilisi Concert Hall. 25 Participants will take part in the contest. Winner of the upcoming National Final will be chosen by professional juries and televoters. The winner in the National Final will represent Georgia at 2017Eurovision Song Contest ( ESC).The Eurovision Song Contest will be held in Kiev this year.
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GPB Announces National Selection for ESC 2017
2017 Eurovision Song Contest | 6 November, 2016
Georgian Public Broadcaster (GPB) has launched national selection procedure to reveal the Georgian representative at 2017 Eurovision Song Contest (ESC). Professional Singers - Soloists and Groups from across Georgia can take part in the National Contest. The singers are asked to send in their entry songs, a photo and CV, From November 7 until December 7. Address: #68 Kostava Street E-mail: eurovision@gpb.geTel: 2 409 110 The winner in the national final will represent Georgia at 2017 ESC. The Eurovision Song Contest will be held in Kyiv this year.
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2016 JESC - on November 20 in Malta
2017 Eurovision Song Contest | 5 November, 2016
Georgian Public Broadcaster (GPB) will air the 2016 Junior Eurovision Song Contest (JESC) Live, starting 19:00 (local time) on November 20.Mariam Mamadashvili will present Georgia at 2016 JESC, with the entry song "Mzeo" (Sun).Malta is hosting JESC this year.
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GPB Announces National Selection for JESC 2016
2017 Eurovision Song Contest | 17 August, 2016
Georgian Public Broadcaster (GPB) has launched national selection procedure to reveal the Georgian representative at 2016 Junior Eurovision Song Contest (JESC). Soloists aged 9 to 14 from across Georgia can take part in the National Contest. The singers are asked to send in their entry songs, a photo and CV, From August 17 until September 25. E-mail: junioreurovision@gpb.geAddress: #68 Kostava Street Tel: 2 409 110 The winner in the national final will represent Georgia at 2016 JESC. The 14th Junior Eurovision Song Contest will be held in Malta. 
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